Join Sherry Truhlar for this training
Hello Stressed-Out Auction Chair,
You’ve woken up this morning and realized that your school or charity has sold as much cookie dough and wrapping paper as the community can stand. So now, you’re going to host an auction .. and you’re in charge. (Congratulations!)
Or maybe you’ve had an auction for years, but it’s been sad watching the results stagnate or decline. Sponsors don’t seem as interested; supporters aren’t as … well … supportive.
It’s not a bad dream, and it IS getting harder. I get calls all the time from organizations who need help “turning their auction around.”
So here’s the good news.
I’ve been surveying a lot of auction chairs.
It seems many of these women had this “before-and-after” experience. Before they held their auction, they thought some things would make their auction successful. But after, they realized that some of what they believed to be true, wasn‘t true.
They shared some common misconceptions – I’m calling them myths – that were killing otherwise good auction plans. You can hear these myths – and learn a lot more – in this free recording. Register below to get a link to the recording to learn ….
- The 5 myths holding you back from making that big money
- Making it easy for volunteers to help
- Getting your silent auction to be the vibrant sales floor it should be
- Adding some razz-a-ma-tazz to excite guests to open their wallets
- The trinity of social pressures Auction Chairs are under to produce a great event (and how some are reducing their individual liability
- The word most often used by Auction Chairs like you to describe their experience –– and how they saved their sanity countering it
- What school auction chairs wish they would have clarified with the administration
Bottom line: On this 75-minute Teleseminar, you’ll discover more about how to run a successful fundraising auction that will bring in more money than you imagined and not drain your life away.
|Registration is Closed! The next Profitable Auction Blueprint course will begin in fall 2012. Watch for details in our e-newsletter.|